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College Gets Captioning Grant

College of the Canyons becomes state clearinghouse for distance-learning captioning funding disbursement.

 

NASA Unmanned Aircraft Back On Fire Duty

Drone first served fire fighters in October’s wildfires in Santa Clarita.

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Canyon Theatre Guild Has One "Hunny" Of Awards Show

Theater recognizes volunteers, outstanding productions of the 2007-2008 season.

 

The adventures of a silly old bear swept the Canyon Theatre Guild Goldie Awards handed out Saturday night, winning eight awards, including Best Lead and Supporting Actors and Actresses and taking home honors as Best Family Show.

Award Winning Artist Speaks To Locals

 Local art teacher Lorelle Miller is set to visit with Santa Clarita Artists' Association members

West Ranch Receives Grant For BioDiesel Project

Money will be used to buy a large processor to produce biodiesel fuel. 

Bar Fight At Friday's

Two suspects arrested, one person in the hospital.

 

 

ImageAt just before 2:00 a.m Saturday morning, a fight broke out on the grounds of the Valencia Town Center at Friday’s restaurant and bar.

Woman Beaten At Canyon Country Residence

Sheriff’s deputies on the hunt for suspects.

 

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Letter Project Offers Child With Cancer Kind Words

12 year old Bella battles leukemia one day at a time.

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Saugus Sophomore Spends Summer At USC

Juliet DeAmicis was recently accepted into a special summer science program.

 

Feinstein, Schwarzenegger Propose Solution To Water Woes

State, federal officials propose measures to help California's water crisis.

 

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein proposed a compromise plan to the Legislature on Thursday to update California’s water system by increasing storage, improving conveyance, protecting the Delta’s ecosystem and promoting greater water conservation.